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  1. 1. ERP Features and Its Implementation
  2. 2. Agenda •Full definition of ERP system •Goal of ERP •Why ERP? •Steps to implement an ERP system •Difficulty of implementation •Offices before and after ERP •The ERP Modules •Advantages & disadvantages of ERP •Costs of ERP •Conclusion
  3. 3. What is ERP ? ..E.. An Enterprise is a group of people with a common goal, which has certain resources at its disposal to achieve that goal. ..R.. Resources included are money, and all other things that are required to run the enterprise. ..P.. Planning is done to ensure that nothing goes wrong.
  4. 4. In general ERP is : “a business strategy and set of industry- domain-specific applications that build customer and shareholder communities value network system by enabling and optimizing enterprise and inter-enterprise collaborative operational and financial processes”(Source: Gartner’s Research Note SPA-12-0420) .
  5. 5. Goal of ERP The goal of our enterprise is simply to get, keep, and grow customers. GET • Acquire profitable customers KEEP • • • Retain profitable customers longer. Win back profitable customers Eliminate unprofitable customers GRO W • • • Up sell additional products in a solution Cross sell other products to customers Reduce service and operations cost.
  6. 6. Why ERP? •ERP offers solutions for all business functions •Packages available for organizations of all sizes and types •Global nature (multi currency)
  7. 7. Steps to implement an ERP system : Definitio n and analysis desig n buil d transactio n productio n
  8. 8. •Very complex •Extremely costly and time intensive Typical: over $10,000,000 and over a year to implement •Company may implement only certain modules of entire ERP system •You will need an outside consultant Difficulty of implementation
  9. 9. Offices b ef o r e ERP
  10. 10. Offices a f t e r ERP
  11. 11. • Financials • Production Management • HR Management • Sales & Marketing • Asset Management • Quality Management • Material Management The ERP Modules
  12. 12. Asset Management ERP modules
  13. 13. Quality Management ERP modules
  14. 14. • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING • CONTROLLING • INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT • CASH MANAGEMENT Financia ls ERP modules
  15. 15. Production Management ERP modules
  16. 16. Sales & Marketing •Developing strategies for market penetration for new products as well asincreasing the share of the existing products. • Reviewing & interpreting the competition& market information to fine-tunestrategies. • Selecting & deciding the right distribution channel for the product& implementing the right pricing & promotionalpolicies. • Coordinating marketing activities, obtainingleads for new projects ERP modules
  17. 17. HR Management ERP modules
  18. 18. Advantages of ERP • • • • • Integratio n Efficiency Cost reduction Less personnel Accuracy Disadvantag es • • Take time to implement Security issues
  19. 19. Costs of ERP • Direct costs ..hardware .. Software ..and people on the project • Indirect costs ..the total cycle life of ERP ..maintenance and upgrades ..increasing salaries and the on going production
  20. 20. Conclusion •To successfully implement; a proper mix of people, processes and technology should be maintained •Technology is an enabler, not the driver (it is there to assist the organization to achieve business goals)

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